I do not know who MBB is. The closest I can come is Milton Bradley, the owners of Monopoly.
Patent law firms do sometimes subsidize JDs for employees of the firm who are already patent agents, meaning that they have passed a patent law exam and are certified to submit patents. The US PTO used to pay tuition for its employees who attended law school in the evening, but about 10 years ago, they stopped doing that. If they have reinstituted the practice, I’m not aware of it.
I have never heard of a law firm paying tuition for its own paralegals. I have heard of corporations that sponsor tuition for their employees, especially if it’s work-related. Hospitals, banks, and insurance companies, businesses that routinely needed legal expertise in-house, were the most likely to do this. Some of them paid tuition up front, while others required the employee to pay the tuition, and only reimbursed for a certain grade – sometimes a C, and sometimes a B.
Loretta B DeLoggio, law school graduate, licensed and published
Source: Quora Digest